How to “borrow” other people’s content to use on your own websites – with Peter Lenkefi

Episode 251

Are you curating content for your blogs and websites? If so you understand the power of it….if not then you better get on it!

What is content curation? It’s pretty much using snippets of other people’s content in order to get ideas for your own stuff.

For example, let’s say you really enjoyed an interview on the Mike From Maine Show (why, thank you!). You could then quote some of it on your own website and then simply link back to the original content.

But isn’t this stealing?  No way! Most people will thank you for doing this…plus if you add your own commentary to the content that you “borrow” you’ll actually be adding value to the Internet…and then we’re all happy.

So, check out the episode today with Peter Lenkefi where we talk about his CurationSoft 3.0 software that makes content curation much much easier.

Watch the show below: Duration: 17:10
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Stuff mentioned in the show

CurationSoft 3.0 (affiliate)- Peter’s software that makes content curation a breeze

Peter’s previous interview

  1. I don’t know why but I feel like Content Curation has been here for ages; it’s what news sites were doing since their start, right?

    Sadly, some people brutally steal content, meaning, they use it on their site (entirely) and give no credit.

    Peter, is your tool addressing these issues?

  2. Hi John,

    Yes, we have a new content curation course which is one of the bonuses to the software during our 7 day launch which started about an hour ago, that addresses all these issues. You can also go to the site and read up on these topics in the blog, or on the FAQ page too. I also did a few interviews with people and I talk about this topic repeatedly.

    Hope this helps.


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